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  1. The Myles Garrett incident

    That may not be a good thing for him come two weeks
  2. for once, we talked about this all the time.
  3. There is, and there will be, we should be concerned with keeping our ship stable, not stir up the current. Agree with the ejections, I think we are trying to be overly tough and its backfiring
  4. This, or we just got a big win Heather (or whatever her name is) I just want to enjoy our accomplishment.
  5. Which is true but a true leader will always think about how his words will affect the locker room dynamic. I don't think he did that, he just shot from the hip
  6. I agree that Garrett threw himself under the bus, I perceived that interview after the game as an opportunity to gain some brownie points as a leader on a national stage. I just think he violated a locker room code, and tried to use the situation to prop himself up. I definitely could be wrong but that was my initial take when I saw it. I was really turned off by it.
  7. -Defense was outstanding, our corners are becoming our strength -Pass rush outside of Garrett is a concern -Teller is bad -Our linebacker corp is will be a strength moving forward -I love the energy our RBs have, the complement each other really well -Baker was good in the first half and was bad in the 2nd half, I was really down on him in the second half, in order for us to move to the next level we need to be able do simple things like convert simple 3rd and mid to longs on a regular basis. His comments on Garrett post game really concern me, you should never take a public platform to throw a guy under the bus and he has done this multiple times, not a fan of this at all. - OL was ok
  8. The Myles Garrett incident

    I don't think you understand the FF dynamic, but to some degree I agree with you. He totally threw his guy under the bus, I wasn't a fan of that all, even when Garrett was wrong, he could have at least say no comment but to totally throw his guy under the bus was a punk move by Baker. If he had this stance, reserve your comment and go to Garrett as a man an voice it, don't go on national TV and take the opportunity to prop yourself up, that's shows a lot about the type of guy he is. I'm starting to sour on this guy, Baker is all about Baker....
  9. The Myles Garrett incident

    This never happens if: -The Browns did a better job of sustaining a running game late in the game to salt the clock away -Baker can be more effective converting 3rd downs and moving the chains -Garrett is not in the game with 8 seconds to go (which didn't make much sense) -Rudolph doesn't try to take his frustrations out on Garrett and rip his helmet off
  10. The Myles Garrett incident

    Fair take, but its not like it never happened before, but I get your point and its fair. But this will be the worst thing to happen until something else happens, and then after that, then after that....
  11. The Myles Garrett incident

    Good call,
  12. The Myles Garrett incident

    A sin is a sin A brutal act is a brutal act, you're trying to make one bigger to support your narrative
  13. The Myles Garrett incident

    The amount of fake outrage in society is so unfortunate, where was all of this outrage when all of these same things happened to the Browns? So we happened to so something dirty back there is a national outcry, I call bs. It was provoked, Rudolph was wrong, he deserves ridicule, Garrett took way overboard and deserves what he gets but this fake outrage has to stop.
  14. The Myles Garrett incident

    Why would it matter? But this is ok?, that's the pot calling the kettle black
  15. Browns vs. Steelers GDT

    Teller just got blew up